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Ghana Won’t Foot Bill for Faulty Trains, Assures Railways Minister

by Motoni Olodun

Ghana’s Railways Minister has made a firm declaration: the nation will not bear the burden of repairing faulty trains. In an announcement that reverberates through the transportation sector, the minister underscored the government’s commitment to holding responsible parties accountable for ensuring the functionality and reliability of railway infrastructure.

The statement comes amid concerns over the state of Ghana’s railway network, with reports of train malfunctions and disruptions affecting both passengers and freight services. Addressing these concerns head-on, the minister emphasized the need for accountability and transparency in the management of railway assets.

According to the minister, any repairs or maintenance required to address faulty trains will be the responsibility of the entities responsible for their procurement and operation. This stance reflects the government’s determination to safeguard public resources and uphold standards of excellence in the transportation sector.

Ghana’s railway network plays a vital role in facilitating trade, commerce, and mobility across the country. As the government continues to prioritize infrastructure development and modernization efforts, ensuring the reliability and efficiency of railway services remains paramount.

The minister’s assurance sends a clear message to stakeholders within the railway industry: accountability and integrity are non-negotiable principles in the quest for sustainable transportation solutions. By holding all parties accountable for their roles and responsibilities, Ghana aims to build a robust and resilient railway network that serves the needs of its citizens and contributes to national development.

While challenges may arise along the way, the government’s commitment to transparency and accountability offers hope for a brighter future for Ghana’s transportation infrastructure. With concerted efforts and a shared commitment to excellence, the nation can overcome obstacles and realize its vision of a modern and efficient railway network that benefits all.

Source: GhanaWeb

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